October 10, 1976 - January 31, 2018
Friday, February 23, 2018 6:47 PM
I don't know where to begin, having known you since we were 13. So many memories as kids, teens and adults. I remember Pat introducing me to you and me loving you from that moment. (What was there not to like). Planning weddings, babies. I was so honored being the godmother of Marissa and Brianna and you being Victoria's. Then when you became a nurse, I called you with every ailment expecting a diagnosis. I always loved being in your company, no matter what we did we always had fun. Made up silly games like crawling across the pool on a 2x4 to couples truth or dare. Nothing made me happier than seeing my cousin so happy, you guys adored each other. You were an amazing mother to the girls. From sports to just being there. Life happens and we lost each other for a few years. I was so happy when you reached out to me. I missed you so much and made sure you knew that. For weeks we talked almost every day and caught up on life. Our last day together, I will never forget. I picked you up and we had no idea where we were going, I just drove. We talked, laughed, cried, laughed, sang, laughed, and you complained about my driving a million times. We went from little villages, to passing fields of cows til we finally made our way to Narragansett. I remember you texting me and telling me it was such a beautiful day. Beth, it truly was. I wish we had more of those beautiful days. I promised you I’d always be there for you, and I will. I promise to keep your spirit alive. I promise to be there for the girls.
Colleen Lavallee (Cranston, RI)
Friday, February 23, 2018 6:42 PM
My sweet angel I’m sorry that life took us in different directions but I never stopped thinking of your beautiful smile !!!!!! The day we ran back into each other was like a weight was lifted off my shoulders .... I’m so glad that we where both shopping at the same time that day !!!!! You got to hold my sweet baby and it was a reminder how it was when Marisa was born we where inseparable the (4) of us !!! I still am in disbelief that your gone ... fly with the angels, till we meet again I love you always
Lacey Grenier (Coventry, RI)
Thursday, February 22, 2018 9:10 AM
Beth, where do I begin….. My heart is shattered – There are so many great memories. We had so much fun together it did not matter if we were out for drinks, concerts, bowling, shopping, dancing, fishing or just hanging at the house playing games (you loved CLR) or sitting by the fire. There are so many memories one of my favorite being one of the last when we stayed up until 2:30 laughing, crying, singing and then talked in bed until you fell asleep (sorry for sneaking out LOL) I am going to miss your pretty smile and your laugh, especially when you would lose control and start snorting. That was always my favorite. You had a heart of gold and loved everyone so deeply. Always wanting to make everyone happy right down to putting the burgers or hotdogs in the buns for everyone at your cook outs- That cracked me up. You were an amazing mother, daughter, daughter in law, sister, wife and best friend. I don’t know how I am going to get through this life without you my friend. I miss you every day. It has been 27 days since I have seen your beautiful face. There is not a day that goes by that I don't want to call you or for you to call me so I could sing Beth I hear you calling. We had so many more things that we planned to do. You are loved and missed by many wonderful people. I Love you!!!!
Dawn (Coventry, RI)
Tuesday, February 20, 2018 6:36 AM
Beth, we’ve been best friends since we were 15. I still can’t believe you’re gone. So many memories together, my heart is broken, I don’t have words to describe the pain of losing you. I love you. We will always be “the two Beths”
Bethanie Picerno (Cranston, RI)
Monday, February 19, 2018 9:25 PM
Ok here’s another one hahaha. Remember when we got caught writing THE LETTER WITH THE BAD WORDS IN IT . You were dragged into the bathroom to eat some Oscar the grouch soap and me well the dent in the pan hanging on the wall from my head hung there for many years later. We laughed for many years looking at that pan. Hahaha love you my sister by choice.
Angie Salvato (Cranston, RI)
Saturday, February 17, 2018 3:15 PM
Although I haven't seen you in a few years...it is a heartbreaker to know you only walk this earth as a true angel now .you were very important to myself and my family,none of us would ever deny this truth...Like a daughter and a little sister...and mostly as a living friend...i will miss the days you,beth a,lacey etc...all came in to chat at my nail table..more like a sewing circle! And then to see you working at the hospital and hear you became a nurse! I TOLD u I was so proud of you! Watch your girls,your brother,family and send us signs...Be free and at peace..
With love always, Stephanie
Stephanie Buono (Cranston, RI)
Saturday, February 17, 2018 9:03 AM
I remember the night we snuck out to see John and Russel on maple st. So we took teaser so we could act like she needed a walk . We went in our socks lol we were talking to the boys through russels bedroom window and didn’t realize teaser peed till it hit our socks lol. We stood there trying to act cool and cute. Then while running home we threw our socks in a bush and they hung there for months. We laughed every time we saw them . Lmao miss you
Angie Salvato (Cranston, RI)
Friday, February 16, 2018 2:48 PM
Yes, Bethany was as beautiful on the inside as she was on the outside. She is so very missed and will be thought of everyday. Spending a few Thanksgivings and pool parties with her was always a joy. She always made sure everything was perfect and perfect it was. She will hold a special place in our all of hearts. She is our Angel in Paradise now, smiling on us all. She will greet us once again with her beauty and her gentle touch.
Janet Richards (West Warwick, RI)
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 9:53 PM
Bethany a beauty inside and out. She was A friend to so many, she was a sister by blood and a sister by choice, she was a daughter and a granddaughter. Bethany was a beautiful young woman who will never be forgotten. As a child she was known as a village kid. She grew up across the street from what she always called her second family. The village was were many memories were made. Playing cabbage patch kids with Angie. Hiding the scary doll in the basement. Hanging at the playground trying to flip over on the swings from swinging so fast. Bethany loved playing manhunt with the village kids. One thing Bethany could never do was lie to Auntie Gail which was not good for her best friend Angie. Bethany may be gone here on earth but she will never be forgotten. We love you Bethany always and forever loved.
Your Sister by choice Angie
Angie Sister by choice (Cranston, RI)